"Top Ten Tuesday" is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish.2015 has already been a year of so much diversity and there is even more greatness to come so I'll tell you my most anticipated upcoming releases that I'm already clearing space up for on my shelves. I couldn't come up with 10 off the top of my head so there's only 8~
2. Winter (The Lunar Chronicles #4) by Marissa Meyer - Released on November 10th 2015 and that's so far away but this book is supposed to be 800+ pages so I guess it's warranted.
3. Carry On by Rainbow Rowell - Released on October 6th 2015 and this is Drarry fanfiction and nobody can convince me otherwise.
4. The Rose Society (The Young Elites #2) by Marie Lu - Released on October 13th 2015 and although I wasn't that impressed with the first book, the epilogue gave me so much hype!
5. The Stars Never Rise by Rachel Vincent - Released today on June 9th 2015 so go get yourself a copy because even though the blurb sounds cheesily like a lot of other books, a lot of bloggers are impressed by the worldbuilding of this story!
6. A Book of Spirits and Thieves (Spirits and Thieves #1) by Morgan Rhodes - Released on June 23rd 2015 and I really want to read this because of the urban fantasy taking place in TORONTO. Not New York or Chicago or [insert any American city ever] but TORONTO, CANADA aka where I spent most of my childhood in.
7. The Rest of Us Just Live Here by Patrick Ness - Released on August 27th 2015 and this book is going to mind-blowing, I just know it.
8. More Happy Than Not by Adam Silvera - Released on June 2nd 2015 so this is cheating but for some reason my local bookstore still doesn't have this book that everyone hails as phenomenal.
That's all I have and it's surprisingly few. I guess I'm just not as aware of any other releases as much so please let me know of any other books you're excited for that's not on here!
Also, October is going to be a crazy release month and I've always wondered why publishers do this, releasing so many books near to each other, because wouldn't people be too preoccupied to get yet another new release? Instead, if it was released in an obscure spaced away time like "The Rest of Us Just Live Here" in August, then wouldn't it better for the book's popularity? Yeah, I clearly don't understand much about publishing/marketing strategies ha.